9th February 2013
Best A level results in London put Brampton top of the sixth form colleges table once again.
Today’s publication of the A level results league table for London shows that Brampton put even more distance between itself and other independent sixth form colleges in 2012. For the twelfth year running, Brampton’s average point score per A level entry was the best in London. At 251.5, Brampton’s score is over 10 points ahead of their nearest rivals, Ashbourne College, on 239.1, and over 35 points above the national average. Brampton has also moved up to third place in the national league table of independent sixth form colleges, having been placed sixth last year and second in the previous two years (Brampton has never been placed lower than sixth in the national table).
As well as topping the A level league table, Brampton students also produced outstanding results in the “facilitating” A level subjects identified by the Russell Group of universities as being especially valuable in making university applications. 29% of Brampton students obtained AAB grades in facilitating subjects – over three times the national average of 9.5%, while 47% of our students achieved AAB grades, where their A level programme included at least 2 of these subjects.
The news is a glowing testament to the hard work and dedication of teachers and students across the College last year.
Please follow the links to see the full tables
|London Independent Sixth Form Colleges | PDF|
|London Borough of Barnet League Table | PDF|
|National League Table of Independent Sixth Form Colleges | PDF|
|Department for Education League Tables | External Webpage|
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